Taraxacum pannulatum Dahlst. “Brown-ribbed Dandelion”
- Taraxacum tarachodum Hagend., Soest & Zevenb.
Native. Generally distributed through England and Wales, commoner in the west; scarce in Scotland. Grassland, verges, lane banks etc.
T. pannulatum has narrowly winged petioles, the outers whitish, the inners pink. Many end-lobes are subdissected on one side with a rounded lobule. Leaves are rather narrow and somewhat heterophyllous. Exterior bracts are rather short, recurved-sigmoid and somewhat untidily arranged.